The arrival of Salming Quest marks the beginning of the brand entering the performance sneaker segment, offering you a fully equipped Salming Running performance shoe with a somewhat more casual silhouette. Make no mistake about it - the acclaimed Salming DNA technology is present as always - the TGS62/75, a RunLite cushioning midsole with deep grooves for greater flexibility, an offset heel area for added cushioning and a durable lightweight outsole – this shoe will make your morning run or dusk stroll effortless.
The Quest comes in two designs and color combos - one knitted grey melange upper with micro fiber reinforcements, creating a snug and super soft comfortable fit. The all black colour combo has more of a performance touch and look to it with a comfortable lightweight mesh, seamless heat seal areas combined with micro fiber reinforcements. Salming Quest - urban running with a sneaker silhouette.
The distance from heel to the ball of foot (62% of the shoe) has been designed with extra stability, which ends in the so-called “ballet” line, a 75° angle. In front of the 75° line, we have equipped the shoe with greater flexibility to stimulate the foot’s natural movements. The TGS 62/75° feature assures that the shoe bends in exactly the right places, stimulating the foot’s natural lateral and forward movements.
The midsole features the new RunLite™ foam midsole material which offers lower weight and better energy return from the very first step.
Heel drop is essentially a measurement for how fat a running shoe’s heel feels. It’s short for “heel to toe drop,” shortened to “drop.” It tells you how much taller the heel is than the forefoot. Example: A shoe with a 22-mm thick heel and a 16-mm thick forefoot will have a 6-mm heel-toe drop. Salming Running shoes never has higher drop than 6mm as we believe a higher drop negatively interferes with your natural running stride and makes it hard to find a perfect running form.